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We caught up with Deaf Rave founder Troi Lee to chat to him about what people can expect from the event, why Deaf Rave was set up and much more..

We spoke to Kamahl Miller, a recent Future Creatives alumni, on what his experience of the programme was like...

The Polish Jazz London Series is coming to a close with the headline event EABS at The Great Hall, Leyton on Thursday 21 November. Marta Bielawska-Borowiak of talks to EABS ahead of their show. 

Four writers were invited to create new work inspired by Epping Forest by The Willowherb Review.

As part of Liberty, artist Nwando Ebizie will present Distorted Constellations at Waltham Forest Community Hub, an Afrofuturist augmented reality that uses sound, projections and holograms to immerse the audience in the imagined landscape of Nwanodo's brain.

Ellie Wilson provides us with some background on new sound installation 'Echoes' and her deep connections to this historically important piece of woodland…

Remembrance Sunday, talks and sound installations inspired by Epping Forest, poetry competitions, comedy shows, art exhibitions and more....

Plan your day at Art Assembly

Bisi Oyekanmi, creator of Human Library Waltham Forest, talks about making connections through the project

Fireworks Spectacular, Becoming the Forest, We're All Bats and more....

Events company We Are Parable talk about what film is great and their new project the E10 Community Cinema

Community cinema, 'algowave' concerts, a dive into the history of Henna and Halloween treats (or tricks?) and more all in store over the next week in Waltham Forest.

Harriet Warden, Creative Director of Blackhorse Workshop explains how Atomic 50 came to be.

Here, local musician and producer of Chingfest, Lemzi, talks about a celebration for the youth of Waltham Forest...

We take a look at the wide array of Fellowship Funding cultural events and activities taking place across the borough

Ahead of the Grandad’s Island: from Page to Pavement finale event on Sunday 13 October, we interviewed local award-winning author and illustrator Benji Davies about the book itself, the impact of the project and his plans for the future…

Marta Bielawska-Borowiak of talks to High Definition Quartet, who will perform as part of the Polish Jazz Series on Friday 18 October.

Grandad's Island: from Page to Pavement fills Langthorne Park with art and performance, We're All Bats explores sound across the borough and GIANT will see music soaring over Epping Forest

Liberty The Mayor of London’s free festival celebrating the work of Deaf and disabled artists is coming to Waltham Forest on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 November

The borough is wild with activity this weekend. There's something for everyone - from free family activities as part of Grandad's Island, to an audio download you can listen to on public transport. Take a look below for more details...

Art Fund and Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture announce new festival

Rhiannon Armstrong has launched a free audio art piece The Soothing Presence of Strangers for Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019, for people to listen to whilst riding a bus.

Korantema Anyimadu is an independent researcher, creator and curator behind this year's Black Hair and Heritage project. The project explores cultural identity, history and experiences all tied up in hair. We caught up with Korantema to find out more about her project and the upcoming event, The Salon. 

A guide of top things to do in Waltham Forest in the near future

Walthamstow Jazz Festival announce 2020 line-up

EastSide Story to be broadcast on national television

A guide of top things to do in Waltham Forest in the near future

For two weeks this autumn, the first ever Waltham Forest ChoirFest will bring together community choirs from across the borough to spread the joy of singing.

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